"... the most intense 80 minutes of music theater of the century!"
My middle school music teacher said I had the lips for the French horn.
A conversation with pianist Simone Dinnerstein on the occasion of her return to Bach on her third solo release.
One keyboard might be set to trumpet, another to a wood wind sound and the pedals to some of the great low sounds that only the organ can really sound out
The group Harmonious Blacksmith comes to the Indianapolis Early Music Festival 2009 for a concert titled “Zimmerman’s Coffee House.”
Our first featured CD for the year comes from the vault. In a 1962 recording, the great Maestro Herbert von Karajan conducts Gustav Holst’s masterpiece, The Planets. He leads the Vienna Philharmonic and Vienna State Opera Chorus. The Planets covers the night sky in 7 movements, which may seem strange given that there are 9 […]
This week we take a listen to the new recording of Sitkovetsky’s arrangment of J.S. Bach’s “Goldberg Variations.” Jonanthan Crow, Douglas McNabey and Matt Haimovitz perform the version for string trio with incredible artistry. Our quick pick is music by Mark O’Connor.
Organist Joan Lippincott performs J.S. Bach’s Weimer Prelude and Fugues, and the Seattle Trumpet Consort surveys literature for natural trumpet after the Baroque.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with playwright and director Jonathan Golembieki.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with conductor David Bowden.